‘Learn to Live – Live to Learn’
At Ryhope Infant Academy School we are focused upon the whole child and our curriculum reflects this. We aim to nurture and prepare children educationally, socially, morally and physically for their continuing education into their next phase and beyond into citizenship. We use half termly topics as the basis for our curriculum planning, informed by the interests of our pupils, our local community and the National Curriculum. This personalised learning approach enables us to make learning inspiring, creative, meaningful, relevant and engaging which encourages enjoyment in learning and promotes high standards of achievement. We offer a broad, balanced and exciting curriculum which encompasses our vision of ‘Learn to Live – Live to Learn’. Our curriculum celebrates diversity and utilises the skills, knowledge and cultural wealth of the community while supporting the pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. Its implementation is intended to provide children with ambition, learn new and exciting concepts and deepen subject knowledge through a progressive model.
We aim to provide pupils with the knowledge and skills needed to become independent learners and thinkers, prepared and ready to become lifelong learners.
Therefore our core aims are:
At Ryhope Infant School Academy we have a creative curriculum with increased links between subjects under topic headings, underpinned by clear learning objectives. We are also encouraging greater use of thinking skills and group work through problem solving activities which help in establishing the principles and habits needed for lifelong learning.
We aim to create learning experiences that help the children to develop a growth mindset, to enjoy challenge, work hard, persevere and develop creativity in all areas.
The school follows the National Curriculum in all areas. Details of the National Curriculum are available in school and “online” at www.gov.uk/national-curriculum if you should wish to see them.
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